The Brief:

Supply & Demand Educational Services is an independent teacher led agency who provide supply teachers to schools through out West Yorkshire. The team there have many years of teaching experience along with a positive work ethic to making-sure teachers and schools get the best results. Their service is available to provide cover, support and constructive advice to help careers develop and school environments be the best they can be. Above all else, they care and are dedicated to raising educational standards in local schools throughout West Yorkshire. They believe in building futures for young people and connections between teachers and schools.

Supply & Demand Educational Services approached us to develop a cost effective solution for their web presence after being over charged by their former supplier. We did this by implementing a content management solution to allow them to make changes to their own website as and when they needed. This cut out the need to spend money every time they needed to update the website. Further more we simplified the user journey, making it easy for users to find the relevant content they need and take the appropriate action for them. We opted to use a shorter domain name to make it easier for users to find them and remember their domain name.

Customer Feedback:

”Working with Carl from Chip Parade has been a refreshing experience. We have been working with Carl for over five months now and have always found him professional and helpful, and always there at the end of the phone to help.”

”He has provided a personal reliable service, and always goes that extra mile to deliver a top class product. He took the time to get to know us and our business and as a result of that, created a website that reflects our company ethos. We would highly recommend Carl to any new or established businesses.”


Tracey Thomas
Supply and Demand Educational Services LTD.

  • Project Type: Website Design & Development
  • Technologies/Skills Used: HTML, CSS, PHP and WordPress
  • Customer: Supply and Demand Education Services
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Website: